Reopened Beaches Will See “Keep America Great Banners” Flown Overhead This Weekend
With the COVID-19 pandemic and its effect on the economy dominating the news cycle, it is easy to forget that there will be an election this fall. Primaries will ramp back up in the months of June and July and the races for the Presidency, House and Senate will begin to take shape.
Most of the polling over the last few months has not been kind to Donald Trump. An average of the major national polls shows Joe Biden with a lead of around 5.5%. The Trump team, in an effort to combat this average, will aggressively campaign over Memorial Day Weekend. Beachgoers in a number of states will see “Make America Great Banners” flown overhead.
According to Newsweek, “The Trump campaign plans to employ aerial advertising to reach beachgoers throughout this weekend, starting on Saturday. These locations include Galveston in Texas, Pensacola and Daytona Beach in Florida, Hilton Head and Myrtle Beach in South Carolina, Virginia Beach in Virginia, as well as New Jersey South and New Jersey North.”
Tim Murtagh, Trump 2020’s Communications Director said in a statement, “President Trump is boldly leading our country to a better and brighter future. This Memorial Day, Team Trump is reminding Americans that President Trump will never stop working to ‘Keep America Great’ on their behalf.”
Beaches in a number of states are set to reopen this weekend.